Elahe Izadi, Washington Post

Elahe Izadi

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Recent articles by Elahe:

There’s going to be another Ghostbusters movie. Get ready for a new round of arguing.

Jason Reitman will direct the sequel, which will pick up where the 1980s movies left off. → Read More

‘This Is Us’ returns, and gives us a reason to breathe a sigh of relief

The midseason premiere shows Randall's election results and where he stands with Beth. → Read More

'Games of Thrones' Season 8: Premiere date and everything else we know about the final season

HBO has finally revealed when the show will return: April 14. → Read More

‘I am well aware of who and what he is’: R. Kelly’s daughter speaks out following docuseries

R. Kelly has long denied allegations of sexual misconduct and assault. → Read More

In the aftermath of ‘Surviving R. Kelly,’ prosecutors seek any witnesses or victims

The Lifetime docuseries has renewed public interest in the years of allegations against the popular R&B singer. → Read More

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ is a Golden Globes winner and feel-good hit. Its making was disastrous.

On Sunday, the Queen biopic won best drama, and its star Rami Malek won a top acting prize. → Read More

Goodbye, 2018. Hello, 2020.

Annie Linskey tells us about Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren throwing her hat in the presidential ring. The Washington Post’s Style section selects what’s in and what’s out for 2019. Plus, the origin story of a pop classic. → Read More

Ellen DeGeneres returns to stand-up Netflix's 'Relatable, and her audience won't stop screaming about it

For some audience members, laughing at a joke isn't enough. → Read More

The 2019 In/Out List

Every new year, The Washington Post predicts what’s in and what’s out. Behold, our 2019 picks. → Read More

‘The boys’ club remains in full force’: Eliza Dushku slams CBS, breaks silence on $9.5M settlement

The actress accused actor Michael Weatherly of making sexually charged comments on the set of "Bull." → Read More

Former CBS chairman Les Moonves fired for cause, will not receive severance in wake of sexual misconduct allegations

CBS had said it would put $120 million to a trust that could pay a massive severance, pending the results of an investigation. → Read More

Kathie Lee Gifford stepping down from ‘Today’

The boozy fourth hour of NBC's morning show will still include Hoda Kotb. → Read More

‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ exposes sexism in 1950s comedy. But it’s not just a relic from the past.

The latest season of the Amazon series touches on themes that women in comedy still have to face today. → Read More

Kevin Hart won’t host the Oscars. If the Academy wants an A-list host, good luck

In the wake of the Kevin Hart controversy, the academy is under even more pressure than before. → Read More

They only wanna be with you: Hootie and the Blowfish will release a new album and tour next year

The band will hit the road 25 years after the release of their mega-successful album “Cracked Rear View." → Read More

‘I’m upset I even have to say this’: Pete Davidson gets candid about online bullying and mental health

He's one of several celebrities subject to vitriol online, including his ex, Ariana Grande. → Read More

Tom Hanks as Geppetto would be peak Tom Hanks

Hanks is already playing Mister Rogers in a 2019 movie. So, sure, why not Geppetto as well? → Read More

No, Jay-Z was not taking jabs at Kanye West on the new Meek Mill album

A collective misunderstanding of Jay-Z's verse on "What's Free" basically proved his point. → Read More

'This Is Us' recap: The mid-season finale revealed mysteries, but are Randall and Beth okay?

We finally know the identity of "her," but the status of a beloved TV couple's relationship is up in the air. → Read More

The story behind filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci’s last public controversy

Bernardo Bertolucci, who died Monday at 77, first shot to fame with "Last Tango in Paris." → Read More